Articles by Hilary
An elevator pitch is the cornerstone of jewelry sales that every small business owner needs. If you missed out on the binge-watching era of Shark Tank and other business competition TV shows this may be a new term for you. Fear not, this article will take a deep dive into pitching concisely with a compelling call to action. You’ll be a jewelry sales pro before you know it!
Career Services at universities don't often cater to jewelry students entering the field after graduation. Get specialized advice on how to enter the jewelry work force and earn a living. This article explores jewelry jobs and career information.
Students anticipate graduation with a mixture of excitement, relief and total panic. What's next!? Starting a new career in jewelry can be daunting. Plan ahead to cover your work space needs and save yourself one extra headache.
Leaving the comfort of a well stocked school studio can seem daunting. Read on for some tips on sourcing materials for your own studio.
Learn a new mindset to make a living in jewelry and build a career in this exciting field. Take your art to the next level and build success on your own terms.
Looking for a great jewelry making class experience? Check out our list of the best jewelry teachers in the USA who regularly travel to different locations around the country to teach new makers.
Your jewelry business is making sales, your website is in place and business is growing. Now, think about how to turn each client into a collector who returns to you over and over again for special occasions.
Pricing your jewelry can be one of the trickiest aspects to running a jewelry business. We've created a guide to help you make sure you are not only covering your costs, but making a living wage.
Introducing Marthe Le Van, jewelry advocate and our guest judge for the 12th annual Halstead Grant.
In this Halstead video, Casey Sheppard demonstrates fold forming metalmsithing techniques and tools in the jewelry studio.